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    Opposites Attract

    I read this book in one day. It took a little getting into it but once I did, I could not put down. Glory has helped her dying mother in her writing her romance books but now Glory wants to write her own book. Glory's father has decided to buy a run down ski chalet with two brothers, Rolf and Trigg.which he needs Glory's help. Rolf is very arrogant and alpha male. Very different than Glory, who is a wall flower and a people pleaser. But neither than can deny their is a chemistry between the two of them, as layers are peeled down on each. The confusing part of the book, is the book with in the story that Glory is writing, but I loved it. I became very vested with Pandora and Brock. A great story that I highly recommend. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
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    Unique Book

    What an unique book! I really enjoyed reading the story inside the story. I found it fun following both couples. I was surprised by some of the language but it did not detract from the story. I'm looking forward to the next book in Dani's new series Blue Spruce Lodge.
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    Enemies to Lovers

    Over the Edge, the first book in the Blue Spruce Lodge series by Dani Collins is an interesting book. Glory Cormer is concerned when he father buys a deserted lodge with the money he inherits after his wife’s death. Half-brothers Rolf and Trigg Johansonn are an interesting pair, heirs to a world-renown sports equipment empire, both are world-class athletes yet quite opposite in their approach to life. Trigg was basically an over gown kid, not caring how his actions affected those around him while Rolf was a Type-A focused businessman. I struggled with Glory’s lack of a spine and not standing up for herself. She was the ever-obedient daughter afraid to confront either of her parents. After her mother was diagnosed with cancer, Glory nursed her. She wanted to break out of her shell and secretly pursue a writing career, but feared she could not live up to her mother’s reputation. Glory’s father was a narcissist, not caring how his behavior and actions affected others. He was determined that Glory would accompany him to Montana and get the lodge ready to open, no matter what Glory might want to do. Rolf was interesting, an alpha-type, caring about only getting what he wanted, and not letting anyone get in his way. I was surprised by how much Rolf changed when he decided he cared for Glory. I did not expect a relationship between Rolf and Glory to occur. I really liked the Glory’s novella Blessed Winter, a no-room-at-the-inn Christmas romance that she wrote during her time at the lodge. Despite my struggles, I did enjoy reading this book and can recommend this book to other readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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    She leads with the heart ...

    She's on the verge of becoming her own woman. He's on the cusp of making his dream a reality. The jock and the wallflower, never had a clue what fate had in store for them. What starts off a battle of wills becomes a quest for fulfillment. Glory is finding the courage to speak her mind and follow her dreams. Rolf is the roadblock to her independence and no way will she lose ground to her a bully like him. Rolf is a man with a plan and he will stop at nothing to make his vision real. Dani Collins is good at making emotion the focal point of her stories. She leads with the heart and works her way out from there.
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    Interesting

    On the Edge is book one in the Blue Spruce Lodge series. Glory finds herself having to assist in the rebuild of a lodge her father purchased. When she meets her father's new business partner, she has mixed feelings. She doesn't like him, but yet he is attracted to him. Will they be successful with the lodge? Will Glory and Rolf find more than success with the business? An interesting story.
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